Kambosos smelled blood in the water and believes Lomachenko has lost his “dog” – Latest Boxing News

George Kambosos feels Vasiliy Lomachenko has lost the dog in him after his previous defeat and will be vulnerable tonight due to the artillery he brings to their fight in Perth, Australia.

Pressure cooker for Lomachenko

Kambosos says legend Lomachenko (17-3, 11 KOs) is under a lot of pressure in this fight because if he loses, it will hurt his chances of getting into the Boxing Hall of Fame.

In contrast, former unified lightweight champion Kambosos (21-2, 10 KOs) claims there is very little pressure on him because he is an underdog. However, Kambosos has appeared nervous this week, suggesting his words don't match what he's showing physically.

If Kambosos loses this fight, he won't be able to fight for a world title anytime soon. This would be his third loss in his last four fights, and it would look bad for his promoters at Top Rank if they gave him a title shot with a 1-3 record in his last four fights.

Kambosos' questionable title fight

It already looks bad for Kambosos to fight Lomachenko tonight with a 1-2 record since 2022.

Kambosos does not deserve to fight for the vacant IBF lightweight title tonight unless repeated failures become the criteria for a world title shot.

“There is no pressure on me. It's on him. His career is truly on the line. Losing to a guy like Kambosos ruins his Hall of Fame (chances),” George Kambosos Jr. said on Chris Mannix's YouTube channel about how there won't be any pressure on him tonight.

If Kambosos isn't feeling the pressure, he might not fully realize how bad his career looks right now. He lost twice to Devin Haney, making him look like pure gold in both fights.

Most fans believe Kambosos' last match against Maxie Hughes was also one where he was outmatched and more dominant than he was in either of his two fights with Haney.

Kambosos only seemed to win one or two rounds at best against Hughes, but was saved by the judging. Hughes fully trained Kambosos for the fight.

“This will get me into the Hall of Fame. Teofimo Lopez, Lomachenko, Devin Haney and Mickey Bey,” Kambosos said about how the win over Lomachenko affects his career. “All the pressure is on him. Of course there will be a little pressure, but nothing new.”

Kambosos' victory tonight won't get him into the Hall of Fame. To get into the HOF, he will need to keep winning because his only two notable wins will be over Teofimo Lopez and the 36-year-old Lomachenko, who is actually a beefy featherweight.

For Kambosos to make the Hall of Fame, he'll need to beat guys like Shakur Stevenson, Gervonta Davis, Abdullah Mason, Keyshawn Davis, Floyd Schofield and Raymond Muratalla.

I don't think Kambosos can beat any of these fighters or even be competitive. He will lose to all these guys, including Frank Martin, Emanuel Navarrete, Denis Berinchyk, Andy Cruz, Edwin De Los Santos and William Zepeda. Kambosos is more of a fringe fighter who speaks well and has a large following in Australia because there is not a lot of great talent in this country.

“This is not my first rodeo. We had great fights (with a 1-2 record). What I bring with me through my artillery will win this battle,” Cambososo said. “The Ukrainian style that he has creates great opportunities for my style. I'm very explosive, very sharp and very fast. Everything I offer can work against a guy like Lomachenko.

“I’ll come over to work on it. I saw it in the way he had a good time coming to Perth,” Kambosos said when asked why he thought Lomachenko had “lost the dog in him.” “I know the consequences of the fight with Haney. I know it's still running through his head.”

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